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Aerospace industry in for big business

LANGKAWI: The aerospace industry is big business – within the next 15 years, the Government is projecting the industry, which includes aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services as well as manufacturing of high-tech components, to generate total revenue of RM55.2bil.

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What to do during a job interview

First impressions matter even if you have an impressive background

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Tune Ins upbeat about foray into Indonesia

TUNE Ins Holdings Bhd, having completed its due diligence exercise, does not foresee any regulatory hurdles from derailing its plans to start operations in Indonesia by the first half of the year.

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Censof gets RM2.3mil worth of orders

KUALA LUMPUR: Censof Holdings Bhd has received orders worth RM2.31mil from Brilliance Information Sdn Bhd for a contract named “Financial Accounting System for the Royal Malaysian Customs Department.”

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TdC sells shares in DiGi

The company also proposes to offer share option to CEO

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Fishing for fat returns online

Internet-based Fatfish investing in tech companies

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Coming quarters expected to be bettter for K-One

ACE Market-listed K-One Technology Bhd, whose share price slumped by half following poor first quarter results, says there is nothing unusual about the slow start and earnings should improve in the coming quarters.

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Avoiding investment pitfalls

THE rather spectacular crash of the shares of K-One Technology Bhd should serve as a reminder to investors of the risks involved when investing in small companies that do not have a sound profit track record.

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NCB to handle more vehicles with sea logistics expansion

PORT KLANG: NCB Holdings Bhd is set to see an increase of vehicle handling volume at its terminal with the expansion of Konsortium Logistik Bhd (KLB) into sea logistics.

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Panasonic wants to be No. 1 again

Electronics giant aims to be back on top by 2019